The Older People's Commissioner for Wales, Sarah Rochira, told ITV Wales that 'effective monitoring and regulation is crucially important in driving up the quality of care - but it's not in itself enough.' She calls for 'compassion, care, dignity and respect' to drive all care for old people.
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